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5 Ways to Get a Pilot Job Soon After the Training

2022-04-12

We will not say it is difficult to get a job at an airline once you get your commercial pilot licence. We would instead call it challenging or competitive. However, like with anything in life, those who try the hardest eventually get what they want. The key is to stay patient, focused and… Not ready to give up on your aim to become an employed airline pilot.   1. Choose a cadet program If you are new to the industry and only mulling the idea of becoming a pilot, a cadet program is a great choice. Why? Because once you pass both the...

Top 5 Things Airlines Look for in a Training Provider

2021-02-01

Pilots’ qualifications and where they are acquired determine many different things: the airline’s safety rating and reputation, the regulatory compliance level, their pilots’ job satisfaction level, and last but not least, the airline’s ability to cut costs without compromising the quality of purchased services. The article below outlines the top 5 most essential factors airlines pay attention to when choosing a Type Rating training provider. Cost-cutting opportunities for airlines Focusing on growth rather than on reducing expenses might be a more promising idea, provided that no “oddities” are happening in the market in the meantime. However, at the times of uncertainty, such...

Pilot-hungry airlines struggle with global pilot shortage

2019-05-27

Airlines are facing an increasing pilot shortage worldwide. As a result, they are grounding the aircraft and cancelling flights around the globe. What is the real situation? IndiGo, which is India’s largest passenger airline, grounded 10 Airbus A320-neo aircraft and cancels 30 flights per day due to several reasons including pilot shortage. In addition to this, the number of cancelled domestic flights in Australia reached 10,808 last year. Flybe, European regional airline based in England, cancelled 10 flights at the beginning of April. Therefore, at the same time low-cost airline Ryanair, which operates over 1,800 routes and owns a fleet of...

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